Epic Games struggled to find a balance between Fortnite's random and competitive teams, but Twitch Streamer and former Counter-Strike pro Michael & # 39; shroud & # 39; Grzesiek does not think it's very complicated.
When Fortnite Battle Royale kicked off In September 2017, the game was almost immediately struck with plans to make it the best way to turn the game into an Esport.
Many different methods and formats were introduced by Epic Games, but the formula still needs to be perfected.
Despite the struggles that Epic went through last year, Corpse believes that this should not be so difficult at all.
"I really do not think Fortnite is so good for Esport," Corpse said in his stream for some downtime. "It's really easy to create an esport-friendly game."
The former Cloud9 CS: GO Pro is certainly no stranger to competitive sports.
He did not stop, however, since he ended the conversation with a conversation epic with the only result they need to do to improve the esports scene.
"Now all you have to do is listen to your pro community. That's it. That's literally how easy it is, "concludes Corpse. "That's all you have to do. Then nothing. "
This has been a discussion within the Fortnite community for quite some time, but since the start of Season 7 on December 6, which resulted in a series of controversial decisions, the situation has become hot.
After the end of 2018, it's the perfect time to think about last year to see what works and what does not, so Epic Fortnite 2019 can take you to even greater heights.